The first thing you can notice while exploring Sicily is the mix of cultures. Impressive ancient ruins such as Greek & Roman theatres, Catholic churches and Baroque facades prove that Byzantines, Greeks, Romans, Phoenicians and Arabs had colonized in ancient times.⁣ ⁣ Furthermore, Sicily’s nature is known for its stunning coastline and breathtaking views. From...
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The Liguria region, which is washed by the Ligurian Sea and dominated by the Alps, is a destination recommended for those who like relaxation. It is one of Italy’s smallest regions, worldwide famous for its amazing Cinque Terre, that keeps many more treasures.⁣ ⁣ A must-visit attraction is the Parco Naturale Regionale di Porto Venere...
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Have you ever seen the beaches of Sardinia? From Golfo di Orosei to La Maddalena you will see the #bluest waters and the most beautiful landscapes of this island️. You may also have heard of Costa Smeralda which although has recently been “discovered” as a tourist site, it has become one of the world’s glitziest...
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The Plemmirio Marine Park is a true paradise just 10 km from Syracuse. It’s a protected marine area of ​​about 14 km where you can practice various outdoor activities: from trekking to mountain biking and from hiking to diving and snorkeling. Its seabed and its territory are rich in life among flora, fauna and corals....
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Explore the west side of Italy which is filled with ancient treasures, médiéval towns and volcanic lakes. From Liguria to Calabria you can have once-in-a-lifetime experiences as you visit cities and beaches with ultimate views. Don’t forget to make a stop in Lazio.⁣ ⁣ What to see in Lazio? Roma, Tarquinia and Ostia Antica are...
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